Microsoft SQL Server Black Book Welcome to the world of Microsoft SQL Server! Here is finally a client/server database product that can deliver world-class performance at a price that most enterprises can afford not only to purchase, but also to support. SQL Server’s ease of use, coupled with the incredible feature set that accompanies it, delivers enterprise-level... Solaris 8 System Administrator Exam Cram (Exam: 310-011, 310-012) The perfect study companion for UNIX system professionals preparing for both Solaris 8 System Administrator exams. The book contains accurate and efficient coverage of the many new features of the Solaris 8 system including new support for Ipv6, LDAP, and DHCP, installs using Solaris Web Start, new Universal Disk Format (UDF) file system support,... Visual Basic 6 Black Book: The Only Book You'll Need on Visual Basic
Completely explains the crucial Visual Basic tool set in detail. Covers the best Visual Basic programming practices, from design tools to flowcharts. Contains 1,000 pages of everything Visual Basic 6, from radio buttons and checkboxes to XOR drawings, OLE automation, DHTML page design, and Internet Explorer 4 support.
Mfc Black Book Are you an MFC programmer? Good. There are two types of MFC
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Visual Studio .NET: The .NET Framework Black Book The Visual Studio .NET Black Book covers the .NET architecture, libraries, and services, and how to use them from the programming languages supported by VS.NET. This unique book explores the .NET architecture in a non-language specific way. It covers the new Web and database access technologies in WebForms, WinForms, ADO.NET, and ASP.NET. It... Michael Abrash's Graphics Programming Black Book (Special Edition) Michael Abrash's Graphics Programming Black Book is a collection of the author's previous books on assembly language and graphics programming, as well as past columns for Dr. Dobb's magazine. Though much of the book (such as 8088/286/386 assembly language optimization and VGA graphics programming) is out-of-date by now, the reader can see...
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